The University of Detroit Mercy Law Review celebrated its 100th anniversary with an academic symposium held on March 4, 2016 at Detroit Mercy Law in downtown Detroit. The Centennial Symposium showcased the past, present, and future of the City of Detroit, and gathered scholars, policy makers, and community members to discuss the past, present, and future of Detroit.
We recorded the event for those who were unable to attend. You can watch Deputy Mayor McKinnon give his Opening Remarks; the first panel examine Detroit’s Past: Race, Riots, and Wars; an inside out view of Bankruptcy and the Grand Bargin, an exciting look at Detroit’s Future; and Judge Michael Riordan’s Closing Remarks.
Any questions regarding the Symposium should be directed to Law Review Centennial Symposium Director Katherine Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coffee and Bagels
Welcome and Introductions
Detroit’s Past: Race, Riots, and Wars
Detroit’s Present: Bankruptcy the Grand Bargain
Detroit Going Forward